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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (6.67" AMOLED 120Hz, 8GB/128GB, SD732G, NFC, Widevine L1) US$250.99 (~A$364.79) Delivered @ Hekka


This deal is back on sale and now a bit cheaper than last time. A good mid-range phone to buy as it offers a bright AMOLED display, a large 5020mAh battery, Netflix HD, NFC and the 108MP camera produces excellent photos when when with the GCam mod.

Featuring MIUI 12 (Android 11, OTA to MIUI 13 / Android 12), 6.67 AMOLED 2400x1080 120Hz 1200nits Display with Gorilla Glass 5, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB UFS 2.2 Storage, Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G Octa-Core CPU, Adreno 618 GPU, Widevine L1 for HD Netflix/Amazon, NFC, IP53 water resistance, 108MP+8MP+5MP+2MP rear camera, 16MP front camera, Dual SIM, 3.5mm audio and a 5020mAh battery with 33W USB-C fast charging.

Available in Bronze and Blue only.

  • Apply the coupon Proclear at checkout

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate and free shipping included.

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  • +4

    FYI It has a Micro SD Card Slot too.


    Full Netcom, Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano-SIM Card Slot x 2+ Micro SD Card Slot x 1 )

  • +1

    8gb isn't available

    • Thanks. They're fixing it.

  • Hey clear you reckon they'll discount the xiaomi x3 pro anytime soon? Prefer the smaller form factor

    • That's 6.7".

  • +4

    I try to inform oz bargainers everytime this phone is posted DONT upgrade to miui 13 it will stuff your phone and you will not get any support from Xiaomi I have been trying for months still my brand new phone is stuffed after the miui 13 update there are thousands of people complaining on the forums and Xiaomi don't give a crap DONT DO IT . you can check my previous posts .

    • +3

      I have this phone on MIUI 13 NO issues.
      It also has Volte and Vowifi on Vodafone.

    • +2

      Might be some temporary issues that hopefully can be resolved at the next firmware update. But in general, Redmi Notes are good value for money.

  • My Redmi Note 3 booted up the other day. Great phone and still usable.

  • +6

    Bought this phone on the last hekka deal. Once it arrived, took 1 week before I was allowed to unlock the bootloader (timer enforced by Xiaomi). Installed pixel experience plus on it. At first the battery life was shocking however there was an update from PE experience about 4 days ago and it's been amazing ever since! Loving the phone now and a bargain at $360

  • -3

    no 5G?
    didn’t think they still make phones without 5G, it’s 2022.

    • +7

      5G is overrated. Outside of the CBD it's non-existent and sure the speeds are fast but so is 4G.

      • +1

        Maybe so, but I've been getting 450Mbps download on my Poco f3 with Boost's 5G free trial..and that's from Sunbury, which is 40kms from Melbourne. Was lucky to get 80Mbps on 4G.

        • They need to offer significantly larger amounts of data. 80Mbps is already fast and 450mbps is encouraging us to use more.

          • +2

            @Clear: Gotta disagree here, just because it's faster doesn't make you want to use more.

            • +3

              @bobzor: Yes everyone has different browsing habits. This is my opinion and not necessarily everyone elses. I'm a sucker for YouTube at lunch :P

              • @Clear: Fair.

                And similar to above, I'm also 40ks from city with 5G.

                Mmwave however, is another story. Most phones don't have that band yet anyway.

                • @bobzor: There's a 5g tower in your area. 40ks from city is a meaningless fact lol

                  But not all areas have 5g

                  • @plasmoske: Yep. Unlucky me being in Tassie means that outside of the city is a no go zone. Infact good luck trying to use Vodafone or Optus here outside the city - you won't even get 4G.

                  • @plasmoske: optus are putting up micro cells , one at each end of my street ….it’s like band 28 , used to be for the country, now it’s also in the city …. i’m seeing more 5G coverage in melbourne ….

                  • +1

                    @plasmoske: @plasmoske /woosh
                    The comment was 'outside of CBD it's non-existent'

                    • @bobzor: Well the comment is right. 5G coverage outside of the cbd is non-existent. Yes some suburbs outside of the cbd might have it but it's a fact that most do not. Check coverage map and you can see this for yourself. You and the other commentator having 5g 40ks from the city doesn't really prove/add anything.

  • Assume cashback is ineligible since using a code?

  • @Clear any inside scoops on whether any deals on good phones with wireless charging are coming up? I only have alerts for xiaomi set up on ozb but should probably widen my outlook. There's nothing technically wrong with my current mi mix 2s, I'm just getting itchy feet. I can't go back to plug in charging though, it's just too primitive. ;)

    • I have Xiaomi x4 pro which fully charges 5000mah battery in apx 40 minutes.
      Is wireless just cosmetic or is wireless quicker or have advanced battery tech?

      OP, Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro is a nice phone, just was not available when I purchased.
      I believe custom roms are available now & Hekka who I have used before & found reliable.

      • Pure convenience. I have wireless dock in my car, next to my bed, at my desk. I just drop the phone on it when I get there, and pick it back up when I leave, and I never have to worry about if there's fluff or gunk in the port. Cables for the docks are nicely tucked out of the way and don't need to be pulled up or plugged in or get tangled. I'm never thinking about if I need to plug my phone in when I put it down or not, because it's almost always getting put down where there's a dock, so it's almost always fully charged unless I'm out and about and away from my car. So charging speeds aren't really a consideration.

        • Constant charging would negatively impact the battery life though.

  • Op, any new deal on tablet?

  • Has this deal expired ?
    At checkout Proclear Code only gets $14 discount giving
    AU$ 401.31 - coupon AU$ 14.00
    Total Amount AU$ 387.31

    • What's the US amount?

      • US$ 258.99 at first
        but when I specify the only options = grey, 8gb, HK it changes to
        US$ 275.99

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